Category Archives: climate science

Whatever happened to the Hiatus in Global Warming?

The surprise news from the IPCC 5th Assessment report published in 2013 was that the earth had not warmed at all since 1998. This was the so called  Hiatus in global warming lasting some 15 years. The Physical Science Basis … Continue reading

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Deducing Climate Sensitivity from Decadal Temperature Data

Note: This post is superseded by the following post ! The transient climate sensitivity (TCR) is the observed average warming of the earth following a doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentration. Effectively this means the observed average temperature when CO2 levels … Continue reading

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July 2023 global temperature anomaly was 1.20C

July’s global temperature anomaly of 1.20C was the third  highest temperatures in the series since February 2016 (1.26C) and  March 2016 (1.23C). A strong El Nino has developed similar to that in 2016 The average annual temperature for 2023 can … Continue reading

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